guYS KIMBERLY’S PARENTS KNOW THAT TRINI STRUGGLES WITH HER PARENTS AT HOME SO EVERYTIME TRINI STEPS A FOOT IN THE HART HOUSEHOLD, MRS. HART IS JUST LIKE “Trini!!!! How’s my favorite girl??? Did you have a good day today?? Are you hungry? I got you another yellow shirt, Kim said it’s your favorite color. ALSO I got you this hat since I know you like beanies!!!! Kim’s in her room, I love you!” And the best part is that Mrs.Hart doesn’t do it to be nice she truly loves Trini I’m-

um every time I think about Trimberly going to Prom all I imagine is Kimberly, for once, actually being excited to go to a school event 

  • Kimberly doesn’t care, she wears this bright yellow suit to prom, and Trini wears a pink one 
    • They have pocket squares of their own colors 
    • Trini parents are upset at first, but Trini’s dad supports it whenever Trini’s mom isn’t around 
    • Kimberly thinks Limo’s are overrated, so Trini takes that as picking her up by sitting in the back of Jason’s trunk with a sign saying, “Kimberly is my most favorite person ever” 
  • The boys all switch up each others colors, and Zack sneaks in some vodka 
  • Before Trimberly show up they take pictures in front of Kim’s house, and more than half of the pictures are either blurry because Kim’s dad can’t seem to work the phone, or the boys are photobombing it 
    • There is this really cute one of Kimberly kissing Trini’s forehead and it immediately joins one of the many pictures in Kim’s room, and it’s one of her favorites 
    • Trini gets it and puts it in her wallet and her locker 
  • Everyone is jealous of how good the Rangers look when they show up 
  • Zack gets drunk and goes on stage and grabs a microphone, “This speech is for my mom, who’s the coolest mom ever, and for my best friend who looks like a little bird that will kill you.” 
    • Everyone knows he’s talking about Trini, and when one of the lights find her, she’s in the corner making out with Kimberly 
    • Kimberly has to stop Trini from killing Zack
    • Billy doesn’t understand what exactly happened, so Jason tried to explain to him, but kept laughing 
    • When Zack finally gets kicked out they drive him to sonic to get him his favorite milkshake 

Trini and Kim’s parents love the other girl. Kimberly’s because they’re glad their daughter has new friends after her “incident” and Trini’s because they’re glad their daughter has friends at all.

But you know who isn’t all for the Trimberly relationship? Trini’s little brothers. Like…maybe they used to do stuff together on weekends like watch cartoons and make special breakfasts and go play at the park. Or she’d chill with them after school and watch them when her parents were busy. Or she’d sneak them treats after bedtime and before dinner. Just generally being the cool but exasperated older sister who is trying to make sure her brothers never feel alone like she did.

Well, now that she’s a ranger, things have changed. She’s gone more now. And yeah, they’ve noticed she smiles more but they’re kids. They miss how it used to be and just see their big sister slipping away. Trini probably doesn’t even realize how important those moments with her brothers were to them. The feeling is mutual, of course, she just didn’t know that they valued that time as much as she did.

Anyway, since she can’t tell them the real reason she’s been different lately, they sort of pinpoint Kimberly as the problem because she’s the one they see her with the most. They’re not mean to her, but they are standoffish and aloof. Kimberly figures it out pretty fast. The boys are fascinated with Zack and Jason and Billy and just Do Not fuck with Kim and almost seem scared of her sometimes.

Trini would never admit it, but she talks highly of her little brothers and Kim knows their time together is just as important to her girlfriend as their couple time and she’s been missing them too. So. Kimberly tells her it’s okay. To go hang out with her little brothers. She knows she misses them. Trini does and they’re thrilled. Since Kim knows what’s up she just…leaves Trini alone for the weekend and chills with the other rangers. Like, not going MIA or anything, but just telling her to enjoy her weekend and don’t worry about entertaining her. She’ll sneak in Sunday night and can tell her all about it. She also bans the others from bothering her with their shenanigans.

Cut to the next weekend and her brothers are ready for a repeat. But Kimberly is there. Trini’s noticed the tension but has just? Kinda hoped it would go away on its own. Anyway, Kimberly being the understanding gf that she is is about to leave and Trini is all pouty because hey, she planned this movie night for all of them and she kinda wanted to cuddle her girl tonight. Kimberly stays because that pout, who could resist? Not her. In the morning, Kimberly gets up super early and can’t go back to sleep. Trini’s out like a light and she doesn’t wanna wake her. The boys come barreling in and one, they’re a little awestruck that Kim is still there because “does our mom know you spent the night?” and two, they’re hungry and want their sister to make her special pancakes. Kimberly’s all like “we should let her sleep” and tells them she’s a great cook, she can get breakfast started and pls don’t tell your parents that I stayed over. Kimberly is not a great cook. In fact, she’s terrible. The boys quickly realize it and guide Kim through what Trini does but they really don’t pay that much attention and the food is horrible and disgusting. But they have flour fights and jam to some music and bond a little bit. They’re making progress.

Maybe next week Kimberly brings some movies that she thinks they’ll like. The week after that (and with Trini’s help) she makes some traditional desserts and treats for them. After that she brings some stuff that her mom made for them to try. (Idk I just love the idea of them giving each other culture lessons.)

They discuss the Power Rangers. Kim “makes up” all kinds of awesome stories for them and they love it. Trini does too. She’s so used to being alone, and here’s Kimberly, actively trying to engage herself in her life.

Eventually, they just…like Kim and get used to her and her sister being a thing and having to share her until they’re not really sharing her anymore and Kim is just a permanent fixture in their, and their sister’s, life.

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“I could never leave you. I love you too much.”

“Can you believe we only have like six weeks until we graduate?” Kimberly sighs as she looks to Jason who pauses and glances up from his phone with a small frown. “After that we’re going to be thrown into the real world.”

Jason shrugs with a thoughtful expression, “I think we’ll manage.”

“It’s going to be interesting juggling the Rangers and college. I mean, with high school it’s so much easier.” Kimberly mumbles as she goes back to flipping through her textbook. “Do you think we’ll be able to do it?”

“As the leader of us I have to say yes. As a future college student? No. Hell no.” Jason chuckles as he leans back on Kimberly’s bed and pinches his lips into a thin line. “You think we’re going to have to give it all up?”

“No.” Kimberly admits. “Or at least I hope not.”

Jason is silent for a moment as he disappears into his thoughts, “You excited to graduate?”

“Part of me is. I think that part is just the part that is counting down the days until Trini and I can move into our apartment.” Kimberly admits with a small smile. “I’m really glad we decided on the apartment rather than dorms.”

“How different do you think it’ll be?”  Jason whispers. “Living together, I mean.”

Kimberly arches an eyebrow, “Why do you ask?”

“Well, Billy and I have been dating for almost as long as you and Trin, and I know how much he hates the idea of dorming with a stranger,” Jason begins with a shrug. “I guess I was just considering the idea of moving in together. You think it’s gonna be weird?”

“I mean, when I asked it just felt right. Every morning I’ll get to wake up to her and every night I’ll go to bed with her. It sounds amazing. Asking her is pretty much the smartest decision I’ve made.” Kimberly scoffs. “I mean, besides punching Ty’s tooth out.”

“So, you’re recommending it?” Jason mutters.

“It’s up to you, Jace. You have to decide for yourself.” Kimberly shrugs.

As the pair falls silent, the bedroom door practically flies off its hinges as Zack, Billy, and Tommy quickly lead Trini into the room. All at once, the panic engulfs Kimberly as she sees the hand that is tightly clasped over Trini’s eye as she scowls and spits out Spanish curses. All at once, her textbook falls from her lap as she scrambles off the bed and hurries to close the distance between herself and her girlfriend.

“What happened?” Kimberly demands, the concern is clear in her expression as she reaches up to pull Trini’s hand away before her eyes widen as she sees the bruise that is swelling beneath Trini’s eye.

“Zack punched me in the fucking face.” Trini grumbles.

Zack sputters as Kimberly flashes him an icy expression, “It so wasn’t like that, Kim. I swear. We were just fucking around in the car and Trini may or may not have accidentally caught my right hook.  I swear I wasn’t aiming for her money maker.”

“How is it that she always ends up with a new bruise when she’s with you?” Kimberly snaps as she grabs Trini’s hand and pulls her towards her bed. “Last time, you broke her nose and the time before that she broke three fingers.”

“Hey, both of those times were because she insisted on doing dares I gave her. It’s not my fault she’s crazy.” Zack pouts, the guilt clear in his dark eyes. “T, I am so sorry. I really didn’t mean to deck you.”

“Believe it or not, he really didn’t.” Tommy chimes in as she swaps a quick glance with Billy who slinks towards his boyfriend. “You know how they get when they’re together, they’re always too rough.”

Trini huffs out a breath as Kimberly pushes her to sit on the bed before she kneels between her thighs and reaches for her hand once more. As soon as the hand is pulled from the injury, Trini feels her heart plummet at the pained expression that appears on Kimberly’s face. She knows her eye probably looks like shit, and she knows it’s going to take a little bit for the Ranger healing to kick in.

“This is going to look really bad in the morning,” Kimberly warns with a slight scowl. “How in the hell did you even end up getting hit in the face? Please tell me you two weren’t wrestling in the car again.”

“He implied I was an inadequate lover.” Trini spits out as she flashes a glare towards Zack who puffs out his cheeks to mask his laughter. “I don’t even know where he learned that fucking word…I punched him in the back and then this happened.”

“If it makes you feel any better, I was aiming for her boob.” Zack shrugs.

Billy winces as he looks between them, “Want me to go get her some ice?”

“No. It’s fine. I’ll take her downstairs and ice it.” Kimberly frowns as she scans her girlfriend’s face over. “I just wish the two of you could manage to spend time with each other without coming back with a bruise or pissed at each other.”

“It’s not my fault she’s so violent!” Zack argues. “Do you know how many times I’ve received unwarranted beatings for no other reason than looking at her the wrong way? One time she hit me so hard with a pillow that I thought I had a concussion.”

Jason shakes his head in amusement, “You two need to be more careful. Zack, you especially. She’s tiny.”

“You guys act like she isn’t basically a walking human gremlin!” Zack argues as he points an accusing finger at Trini before he pouts his lower lip. “I didn’t meant to hurt her, I never really mean. I’m sorry, T.”

“I know you are.” Trini assures him before she winces as Kimberly’s fingers brush against her bruise and she is quick to jerk away with a slight hiss. “Babe, can you please not touch it? It hurts too much.”

“Let’s go downstairs and I’ll put some ice on it.” Kimberly mutters as she stands and offers her hand to her girlfriend, and Trini simply accepts it with a frown. “Good luck explaining this to your parents.”

Trini rolls her eyes, “I’ll figure it out.”

Kimberly settles a hand on Trini’s lower back to guide her from the room, and Trini simply pout as she flashes a one eyed glare towards Zack. The couple is silent as they patter down the stairs and into the kitchen, and Kimberly pulls away from Trini as she watches her girlfriend with rapt attention; she can see that Trini is trying to mask how much pain she actually is in.

“You and Zack are way too rough with each other.” Kimberly scolds as she tilts her head and observes Trini for a moment. “Somehow someone always ends up hurt when you’re together and nine times out of ten it’s you.”

“It’s not like we purposely try to hurt each other.” Trini huffs as she moves towards the counter to jump up on the cold tile. “Sometimes we just get a little too pumped and fists end up flying in places they shouldn’t.”

“He threw you into a row of lockers last month.” Kimberly drawls.

“We misjudged how hard Zack could throw…”

“You could’ve gotten us caught.” Kimberly scoffs as she moves to the fridge to gather a bag of iced peas before she walks towards her girlfriend. “I worry when you two are together. I’m never quite sure if you’re going to return to me in one piece.”

Trini drops her gaze as Kimberly slips in between her thighs, “You make it sound like we’re completely irresponsible all the time. We have our moments, but I think we’re total mature adults, babe.”

“Mature adults don’t give each other wedgies, wet willies, nor do they pull each other’s hoods over their heads and push each other into walls.” Kimberly scolds as she presses the cold peas to Trini’s face. “You turn into a five-year-old when you’re with him.”

“We have fun.” Trini corrects. “I can’t help it that we have a good time.”

“I just wish you’d come back with less bruises. I’m going to ban him from the apartment if you’re not careful.” Kimberly teases. “I swear, every time you and Zack are together I just constantly worry…”

“You shouldn’t worry so much.” Trini cuts in with a small laugh as she reaches out to brush a strand of hair from Kimberly’s eyes. “I’m okay, I promise. It’s just a little bruise that’ll heal in a few days. I’ll try and be more careful when I’m with him, okay?”

“That’s all I ask.”

With a careful touch, Kimberly pulls the peas away from Trini’s eye before she leans forward to press a gentle kiss to the bruised skin. Immediately, Trini closes her eyes and hums at the affection as she sinks further into her girlfriend. Kimberly pulls away after a moment and reaches up to settle the bag back against Trini’s eye before she looks her over with an expression of amusement.

“What am I going to do with you?” Kimberly sighs.

“Uh, ice my eye and promise not to leave me?” Trini offers with a pout.

“I could never leave you,” Kimberly assures her with a roll of her eyes. “I love you too much.”

“Yeah?” Trini hums.

Kimberly nods as she leans forward to rest their foreheads together, “Yeah.”

So about Trini

If your one hold back about seeing the movie is her lack gay-ing it up, this movie has so much to off in terms of diversity, not just with her but with the rest of the team, but this particular post is about Trini.

So, just kind my of personal experience here; 
my parents were pretty strict when I was growing up(lol literally we weren’t actually allowed to watch the original show back when it was airing) and my dad was pretty controlling. 
So when they were all around the bonfire talking about themselves and Trini talked about her parents being really into labels, and her being a certain way like I get it dude. 
My dad used to get pissy at me for wearing basketball shorts lol like. It’s just a weird thing to grow up in an environment where you’re being told what to do and how to dress and act and then have something like you realizing your sexuality might not be super straight it takes a lot of time to reconcile some of that within yourself. 
I still have moments where I kinda just hope I end up falling in love with a man so I don’t have to deal the fallout from parents of me liking girls, but I have been able to accept it about myself and I can say, hey I’m Bisexual a little easier now than a couple years ago; But I can’t imagine having had to do that when my parents still had such a tight hold on me. 

So here is Trini, still a kid in her parents house trying to figure out who she is while having her parents still trying to push the image they have of her onto her–it makes a lot of sense to me that she wouldn’t want to smack a label on what’s into it.  It’s a story that I appreciate them telling, that I’m excited to see where they take it and what they do with it. 

This was my take away when it comes to this, just again based on my personal experience; I’m sure everyone is going to have a different take on it–

Trini is a character I’m already soooo invested in. And I will say, there’s not a whole lot of focus on her character, Billy, Jason and Kim were more in the spotlight this movie.  But we still got these nice little things about her character like how she’s kinda quiet, a little broody but still is so loyal to the others. Also her interactions with the others are so sweet to watch. 

I’m really happy we have this character  and I am SO excited to see her develop and grow.  She’s one of those characters that is going to forever hold a special special place in my heart.

zero0000  asked:

Here's a dumb idea: Mighty Ranger Danger opens for Pop Superstar Tommy Oliver

A typical backstage encounter while Ranger Danger is touring with Tommy Is A Girl’s Name:

“Found it!” Zack announces triumphantly, holding up his phone. “Our Article Title of The Week. I know it’s only Wednesday, but I’m calling it now.” 

This has become a Thing that Zack does.

Turns out, the boy has a gift for finding the absolute worst tweets/posts/articles that reference one or more of them (either in Ranger Danger or Power Ranger form), to the delight of pretty much no one but Zack himself. It’s caused some real trauma; none of the Rangers are sure they’ve recovered from a particularly disturbing tweet involving Jason’s abs and an ice cream sundae. (Jason had hit the ‘block’ button with enough force to break the computer mouse.) 

And yet Zack persists. He even clears his throat. 

“Popstar Lesbian Love Triangle? Tommy Oliver Spotted Cozying Up with Ranger Danger Ladies!”

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Ok, here's a prompt since no one has yet written one using the fact that both Becky G and Naomi Scott are singers and song writers. "Trini and Kim singing along to songs or just plain singing together"

A/N: Okay, so they don’t both sing but one of them does!


Everything is silent.

The smoke swells around her and she can see her teammates running with their mouths moving, but all she hears is nothing. A panic seizes her as she tries to sit up, but the pain in her body refuses to relent and she gives up as she falls back. It isn’t til the face of an angel is hovering over her, and she sees full lips move but once again that she realizes it’s like someone has their hands held impossibly hard over her ears; she just can’t hear.

That thought causes the darkness to finally engulf her.


“Where were you?”

Zack blinks as Trini charges to him, “What?”

“You said you had Kim’s back!” Trini exclaims as she shoves him hard enough that he stumbles. “You said that you would keep an eye on her, Zack. So where the fuck were you?”


Trini shoves him again with a growl, “I never should’ve trusted you! I should’ve been with her! How could you be so reckless with her?”

Jason wraps his arms around Trini and pulls her back, “This isn’t helping, T. Come sit down.”

“No!” Trini snaps as she begins to squirm.

Jason grunts at how strong she is, and he can’t help but flinch as an elbow embeds itself in his side. He continues to allow her to fight before he does something he’s seen Kimberly do a thousand times, he scoops an arm under Trini’s legs and lifts her. Just like that, Trini calms. Her angry growls turn to sobs as she turns her head into his neck and pours out her worry; he simply sits down and holds her.


Kimberly is deaf. Well, they say it isn’t permanent but for now her hearing is shot. The doctors assured her parents that it would return within the next three days, and Kimberly was thankful she didn’t have to listen to her mother cry. It’s strange, the never ending silence. Everything seems so different. It’s hard to explain. She is released from the hospital a day after the explosion (or as her parents think, an effect from a very loud science experiment gone wrong), and all she wants to do is curl in bed and wait.

The boys visit and they bounce around her room like children, and Kimberly is thrilled she can’t hear them. Her amusement is clear as she watches them, and it’s almost serene; these are her boys, the three boys she’d lay her life down for. Zack with his goofy smile and his never ending love for adventures. Billy with his big heart and puppy dog eyes and his loyalty to something they weren’t even sure they could pull off. And Jason with his belief in her, with his messy hair and strong gaze. So, she sits there and let’s them laugh and suddenly she can’t wait to hear that sound again.


Kimberly’s parents adore Trini, they have from the moment they met her. Her mother dotes on Trini and her father laughs at all of her girlfriend’s lame jokes; it’s picture perfect, and she knows she’s much too lucky to have these amazing parents that are equally as amazing with her girlfriend. She figures that’s why her parents don’t freak out when they come in later that night after the boys have left and find Trini glued to Kimberly’s side; if they’re affected by it, they definitely don’t show it.

Trini doesn’t try to talk to her, she doesn’t write anything down on the whiteboard Billy brought her, she just lays with her head on Kimberly’s chest. A smile spreads across her face as she plays with Trini’s soft hair and she can feel the way her girlfriend taps along to the thump of her heartbeat. Her eyes close until she feels a gentle fingertip swirling on her chest and it takes her a moment to realize that Trini is writing something on her collarbone.

First there’s an I. And then she can feel the soft twirl of a heart being drawn and that’s all Kimberly needs to understand, she catches Trini’s hand in her own and brings it to her lips. Of course her girlfriend would choose this moment for their first ‘I love you’ and Kimberly simply smiles and says it out loud. Based on the way Trini cringes with a laugh, she can guess that she screamed it but that doesn’t matter. She’d scream it from the highest building in Angel Grove if she could.

Kimberly keeps yelling it until Trini climbs onto her and steals every ‘I love you’ from her mouth with a simple kiss.


Kimberly is already annoyed by the second day, she hates that she can’t hear what’s going on around her. All she can do is watch. She watches Zack’s mouth move until she can see Billy and Jason fall back with laughter. She watches her father spin her mother around and she can clearly tell that he is singing. But Trini stays silent, she doesn’t even attempt to speak. She just holds Kimberly and they sit in a peaceful silence. That night, after her parents have gone to bed, Trini sneaks back into her room with a soft smile.

Trini is gentle with her as she sweeps her into kisses and smooths her hands along her body, and Kimberly delivers the opposite as she pulls hastily at clothing. If she can’t hear, then she’ll settle for feeling. She’ll settle for the look on her girlfriend’s face as she lays on her back with her hair messily spread around her. She’ll settle with having Trini any way she can. And she settles for it because she can hear every noise in the back of her mind.

She knows Trini gasps when Kimberly presses open mouthed kisses to her neck. She can almost hear Trini giggling as she trails kisses down her toned abdomen with hair that tickles at Trini’s body. She doesn’t need to actually hear Trini to know exactly what words slip from her mouth once her fingers glide into warm heat. Kimberly kisses Trini breathless, and Trini lays beneath her with pink cheeks and a sleepy smile while her finger lazily traces a heart along her collarbone.

Kimberly doesn’t need to hear when everything Trini wants to say is in her soft kiss.


It takes almost three days for her hearing to come back, and the first thing she hears is a soft guitar. Her brow scrunches and her body aches as she rolls over and frowns at the sight of her friends camped out on her floor. They have stopped by every day after school to deliver homework and much needed laughter, but it seems they’re taking a softer route today. Kimberly shifts on the bed and curls her arms around her pillow as she watches Trini strum the guitar while humming softly.


“Any requests?”

“Sing the song you were singing in the hospital when Kim was admitted.” Billy beams as he eagerly claps his hands. “The one you wrote for Kim!”

Trini shakes her head as she looks to Billy for a moment while the tune on her guitar changes, “How did you even hear that? I thought I was being quiet.”

“You were crying,” Billy frowns. “I wanted to make sure you were okay.”

Kimberly feels her heart swell and drop all in one go at the knowledge that she unwillingly made Trini cry. She can count on one hand the times she has seen Trini cry, and three of those times have now been because of her. She bites back a sigh as she settles against her pillow and watches Trini blush as she begins to change the flow of her sound while her gaze drops to the strings.

“I can’t count the times I almost said what’s on my mind, but I didn’t. Just the other day, I wrote down all the things I’d say but I couldn’t. Just couldn’t.”

Sound has never been as important to Kimberly as it was in this moment; the second Trini’s voice fills the room it makes her realize how relieved she is that the blast in her Zord wasn’t any worse. Trini’s voice is something that Kimberly can’t describe, it’s so unlike her normal harsh tone. Especially when she sings in Spanish, Kimberly never knew how sexy a foreign language could be until Trini playfully sang her a nursery rhyme one rainy afternoon.

“Baby, I know that you’ve been wondering, so here goes nothing…”

Kimberly feels like she’s floating as she watches Trini break down her walls and spill out the truth in her lyrics. She can tell the boys are completely enraptured by her as they all sit with wide eyes and dropped jaws; Trini didn’t really sing for anyone other than herself and her boys, she always told Kimberly that she saved those moments for the people she loved the most, she says she’s afraid that people will say she sucks. Kimberly thinks she’s just afraid of being vulnerable.

“In case you didn’t know, I’m crazy about you. I’d be lying if I said I could live this life without you. Even though I don’t tell you all the time, you had my heart a long, long time ago. In case you didn’t know.”

“Oh, I knew.”

Her voice sounds almost foreign to her, and it causes every occupant in the room to go stock still. And then the burst of noise hits her and she cringes, it sends an immediate wave of pain through her. All at once, Trini stands and pushes Jason aside as she crawls onto the bed with Kimberly and presses a shower of kisses along her face. Kimberly sighs as she tucks her head under Trini’s chin and closes her eyes; she hears the boys hollering for her parents, she hears Trini ordering them to shut up, but most importantly she hears the steady heartbeat that thrums deep in Trini’s chest; the same heart that belongs to her.

With a gentle touch, Kimberly reaches up to trace a heart on Trini’s collarbone.

“I love you, too.” Trini whispers.

Kimberly swears she has never heard anything better than that.

i feel that Trini’s parents would like the gang. Let’s see

Kimberly is all girly (badass)

Jason is the fucking Jason Lee Scott, the quarterback

Billy is very intelligent and a sweetpie

Zack is so sweet and cares about his family

the perfect mix for mamma *not* kwan

anonymous asked:

Hey I was wondering if maybe u could please write a Trimberly fic where they get caught being gay by Kim's parents or the other rangers and Trini is freaking out but Kim just finds it super cute and hilarious and teases Trini about it? Xx :)

Here ya go.

Summary: Basically they get caught making out and Trini freaks out and Kim calms her down.

Rating: T

Tags: It’s getting hot and here comes the parents


The thing is… Kim’s parents are often gone. Kim’s dad is a pilot, an air ambulance pilot to be exact, often on call 24/7 and given random days off; her mother on the other hand is a doctor, often working overtime because of the demand, often coming home late (when Kim is asleep) and waking up early (before Kim wakes up).

The other thing is… Kim brings her one month old girlfriend home to make out and maybe touch each other in the privacy of their own home (Kim’s home). Going to Trini’s would be chaos if her family, especially her mother, were to find out about them. Trini just knows that coming out to her parents would be hell on earth, she knows how they think and she knows how she will be treated when she does come out.

So, here’s Kim and Trini, on their way to Kim’s home after a nice dinner date to celebrate their one month. Kim had treated Trini out to a nice Italian restaurant near the bigger city and they had been handsy all night long, that’s what happens when you sit next to each other on a booth table. Groping each other, mostly Kim, running their feet up and down each other’s legs, and kissing when available.

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anonymous asked:

Have you ever thought about Trini turning out to be a lowkey mom-friend? She notices that Zack often doesn't eat lunch and starts to bring some for him? And reminding the Rangers to bring water and having some for them when they forget (for some reason, Kim always forgets). The others don't notice it at first, because Trini is kind of grumpy-shy about it (and maybe she doesn't even realize it herself - it might be a habit from helping care for her brothers). And I'm out of space. Love your stuff

Totally!! They all joke about Jason being the mom friend since he’s the one who organizes when they meet for training and stuff, but they individually realize on their own that Trini takes amazingly good care of them.

It definitely comes from helping out with her brothers.She helps them with their homework whenever they struggle with it. She always wakes up early on the days her parents have work to make them breakfast and make sure they’re ready for school. The rangers start joining them on Sundays, and help her make pancakes and Zack tells her brothers exaggerated stories about the power rangers

With Zack, she’s more aware that she’s doing it. 

  • She starts to make a lunch for him in the mornings, knowing that he’ll show up without one 
  • They also start to have mini-tutoring sessions to make sure he understands the context in class and makes sure he does his homework (sometimes Kimberly joins them)
  • Every Friday she goes up to Zack’s house to make sure he has the food him and his mother need to get through the week, and if they don’t, she grabs him by the ear and drives to king soopers
  • She also makes sure that he has all the clothes he needs. It leads to them arguing and Trini telling him that he can’t show up to school with a giant hole in the front of his shirt and pants that had shrunk and don’t even reach his ankles. 

She’s not as aware that she’s doing it with the other rangers.

  • She doesn’t notice that she brings an extra water bottle until Kimberly asks her how she always ends up having extra water for her. 
  • Jason thanking her one day for getting all the Rangers together for training because he forgot to remind them 
  • Billy asking her how she knows what calms him down when he gets nervous, and she can’t answer him, because she had subconsciously picked up what Candace does to help him
  • She also goes to Kimberly’s house whenever Kim’s parents are out of town, because
    • “Kimberly, you can’t eat pizza for five nights.” 
    • “Watch me.” 
    • “You’re not doing it. I won’t allow it.” 
    • Trini invites Kimberly over for dinner, which surprises Kimberly, knowing that Trini and her parents have their differences, but Trini’s able to put them aside for one night to make sure that Kimberly isn’t lonely 
  • Billy really like those fruit gummy packs, so Trini always has a few in her pockets to get him through detention 
  • She goes to the gym with Jason during the summer and weekends, and figures out which workouts are comfortable for him and won’t risk him hurting his leg again 
    • they end up getting into a contest to see who can bench more, and Trini wins
    • Trini also working with Billy to find a leg brace that’s more comfortable for Jason 
    • There’s also some home remedies that she uses, and Jason is forever grateful that Trini’s part of their team.
  • For a while, Trini thinks nothing of it until her brothers are upset and saying that she always spends so much time on her friends now, so she starts to include them whenever she can without revealing that she’s a Ranger
I saw Power Rangers last night...

And holy crap I loved it. In fact I think I loved it slightly more than I loved Wonder Woman simply because Wonder Woman still had too many dark moments and not nearly as much fun. Power Rangers had absolutely everything I wanted and so much more. 

It had actual real, totally bitchin’ chemistry between Jason, Billy, Kimberly, Trini and Zack and I loved it from start to finish. 

It had a canon confirmed queer character in Trini and she seriously was struggling with her identity and coming out, and it was beautiful to watch. 

It had amazing representation in Billy, Zack and Trini too and so much so that we can say that more of the Power Rangers are non-white than are, and that is amazing. 

It had immensely strong female characters in Kimberly (especially Kimberly), Trini and even Rita Repulsa, which I think is amazing!

It had coming of age written all over it. It had Jason, struggling with being on a pedestal and wanting to be something different and more than what everyone put him up to be. It had Kimberly, making a mistake she wanted to take back, but shedding a toxic environment to make herself better and accepting the consequences of that - she didn’t run away even though she wanted to. It had Trini struggling with coming out to who she was and wanted to be. It had Billy, struggling to find the courage to be who he was without his dad around everyone else. And it had Zack, who masked the pain of his mother slowly slipping away by acting out and acting not true to himself. 

It even had a confirmed, canon autistic black man in Billy, who was definitely one of my favourite characters. 

And it didn’t make Jason Scott boring or cliche or anything like that. He wasn’t anything I was expecting. I can honestly say, I’m glad he’s the Red Ranger, because he deserves it. He made me like him, love him in fact. I love Jason, I love Kimberly, I love Billy, I love Trini and I love Zack. 

One thing that I love most about this film, is how open and unafraid and caring it is to the audience. 

It does not force Kimberly and Jason together, there’s no romance between them, there’s a deep-seated friendship and mutual feeling for the want to run. They also don’t force ship Trini and Zack, there’s that same understanding about being the not perfect children and stuck in a bad home because of one reason or another. They both act out because they feel like their parents maybe cheated them - Zack because he knows his mother is dying and Trini because her parents don’t approve of her, they don’t understand her. 

What the film does, is it allows you to ship whoever you want. They give them all enough emotion with each other to do that. Billy and Jason have tonnes, but Billy has it with Kimberly and Zack and Trini too!

It’s amazing!

And of course, my favourite part in the movie, well, two parts. 1. Trini and Kimberly with the donut and their lil glance during the training montage. And 2. When the played the fricking theme tune when the Zords rolled out. Holy crap the smile on my face. 

So on the whole, I actually like Saban’s Power Rangers (2017) more than Wonder Woman (2017) for multiple reasons. This movie was amazing and I’m definitely going to watch it a lot lot more. 

30 Days of Pride: Day 1/30

Trini celebrates Diwali with Kim’s family. 



“How is this even safe?” Trini asked, holding a diya, a little clay lamp, in her hand. It was going to be an idyllically crisp October evening, perfect for celebrating Diwali in the Hart family’s backyard. Kim’s parents were bringing supplies out of the house (snacks, matches, lighters) while Kim and Trini set up the tiny little lamps.

“We’re putting them in the pool, Trini,” Kim explained for the third time. “Nothing unsafe about it.”

“All I’m saying is my mom would freak if she found out I came over to your house to play with fire.”

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anonymous asked:

tbh im kinda doubt trini's "my family is so normal, too normal" like what normal mom has a pee cup to hand to whip out two seconds after a sarcasm

Trini does yoga and martial arts on cliffs as she blasts death metal music through her headphones. It’s obvious she gets all that extra from her mom.

But I think when Trini called her parents ‘too normal’ she was talking about how her parents are probably more traditional with certain stuff which is why she feels like they don’t understand her or what she’s going through. I don’t think they’re outright homophobic but I don’t think they’ve fully accepted Trini being different from what they consider the norm, which is probably why her mom seemed a little uptight and eager to get Trini to talk to them in that once scene with Trini and her family.